Technical Career Path: From junior to senior thru chosen chapters of software literature
How do we support new employee’s progress with “in house” literature guide and reading encouraged culture.
Are books you read at the University enough to support your personal grow once you enter the labour market? Besides learning specifics of a programming languages/platforms/tools what else is needed to become a senior developer? Which lessons do you have to learn on the way?
Wouldn’t it be great if someone could guide you through software literature classics and present you the top chapters you should read? We realized it would so we created a reading path for newcomer’s (both juniors and independents) to encourage their growth and help them become better developers. Why did we choose selected classics and what are the most important lessons you can learn from each?
Saturday, 2017-10-07 @ 15:05
> Skill level: elementary
> Duration: 25 min
Ksenija Kordi Sokolic
After completing my education on The Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Osijek, soon I've realized that I am more interested in the business aspect of my field of profession so I've continued my studies on The Faculty of Economics, Entrepreneurship program.
Alongside with continued education I also had a pretty diverse career. I have been working as a Partner Manager where I have gained great experience in communication with partners and clients, then as a QA on a big legacy product where I have worked very closely with development team and lately I’ve been working as a Product Management in minus5 where we are developing products for sports and betting industry.
In all companies that I’ve worked in I was involved in organisational work, either as a team lead or coordinating some specific projects. I love to organize mess and be involved in operational challenges young tech companies face today.